Fashion maven Jeremy Scott is marketing a home in Los Angeles; the Moschino designer is asking a little under $1.9 million for the property, which he purchased in 2003 for a little over a million.
The hillside house dates to the 1930’s and has become an amalgam of Spanish and modern design influences: glass walls, low pitched tile roof. The interior is mainly modern, with recessed lighting, and starkly contrasted narrow-plank hardwood floors and whitewash. Fireplaces are extremely understated, and there is no ornamental or atmospheric lighting. A panel in the open-concept living area offers a little visual distraction. The views of the surrounding landscape are very appealing.
The home features a master bedroom with an additional fireplace, and a master bath with a spa/soaking tub and steam shower. The house measures about 2,160 square feet, with three bedrooms and three baths, and incorporates a two-bay garage. The property works in some tiered landscaping and outdoor living space.
Scott is the creative director and resident visionary at Moschino, and has launched his own fashion line as well. His designs—which merge high fashion and street-sense, and compress time via simultaneous expressions of nostalgia and futurism—have been worn by Madonna, Rihanna, and Beyoncé, among others. He studied at the highly regarded Pratt Institute in New York, and was the subject of 2015’s documentary ‘Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer’.